Meatarian vs Carnivore - What's the difference?
Meatarian is a synonym of carnivore.
As nouns the difference between meatarian and carnivore
is that meatarian
is (rare) one who is not a vegetarian but eats meat while carnivore
is any animal that eats meat as the main part of its diet.
(rare) One who eats meat.
* 1977 , Psychonomic Society, Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, Volume 10?
* 1984 , M Thomas Starkes, God's commissioned people?
- At the present, it appears that there is support for the notion that vegetarians respond (in a variety of ways) different from meatarians .
* 2004 , Kancha Ilaiah, Buffalo nationalism: a critique of spiritual fascism?
- Finally she divided the Hindu, Muslim, and Christian students into three categories: vegetarians, meatarians , and eggarians.
(rare) A person who only eats meat.
- If India is defined as a nation of productive skills — of tilling land, of cutting crops — its holistic (meatarian and vegetarian) food culture, its symbols of civilization such as the pot, wheel, shoe, sculpture and so on — it belongs to the Adivasis, Dalits and OBCs.
Primarily used to contrast with vegetarian, referring to people who eat meat (in addition to vegetables, not to their exclusion).
Any animal that eats meat as the main part of its diet.
(label) A mammal belonging to the order Carnivora.
(informal) A person who is not a vegetarian.
Not all meat-eaters (e.g. meat-eating birds and fish) belong to Carnivora, and not all Carnivora are meat-eaters (e.g. giant panda). To avoid the confusion, a new term carnivoran has been introduced to mean "belonging to Carnivora".
* meatarian, meatatarian (of people)
* obligate carnivore